In the selection of Visiting Academics, priority will be given to applicants whose work is more closely related to the research interests of other members of the Institute and of members of the wider Faculty working in areas of European and comparative law, so that Visitors may be better integrated into the Institute and the Faculty during their visit.
Visiting Academics are expected to participate in the academic and research community of the Institute, including (if asked to do so) making a presentation of their research at a seminar, discussion group or an informal meeting of the Institute’s staff.
Although no stipend or administrative support can be offered, Visiting Academics are usually provided with a workspace and use of a computer: a dedicated workspace may be offered, but this depends on the number of visitors in the Institute from time to time. Visiting Academics have access to the Bodleian Law Library and are entitled to attend any seminars and lectures organised by the Institute, the Law Faculty or the University.
Applications are considered by the Institute’s Committee of Management which meets once every term, usually in November, February and May. Applicants should complete the application form (below) and send or email it to the Institute’s Administrator along with a curriculum vitae, list of publications, statement of research (with an indication of why they wish to conduct this research in Oxford, and in particular the Institute), two references and an indication of possible dates. Informal enquiries can also be addressed to the Administrator in the first instance.
Applications can be sent at any time during the year but in order to be considered by the Management Committee at its meetings in November, February or May, they must be submitted by:
- 31 October
- 31 January
- 30 April